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Cross Keys - reopening under different name

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LICENSEE

To Be Confirmed.

 

ADDRESS

1 Station Road, Milngavie, Glasgow, Scotland  G62 8PG

 

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TYPE

Pubs in Milngavie, Glasgow.

 

PUB OPENING TIMES

Monday - Wednesday 11am - 11pm.
Thursday & Saturday 11am - 11.45pm.
Friday 11am - 12mn.
Sunday 12.30pm - 11pm.

 

DRINKS ON DRAUGHT

Miller, Carlsberg, Kronenbourg, Stella, Tennents, Tartan Special, McEwans 70/-, John Smiths Smooth, Guinness, Strongbow Cider.

 

ENTERTAINMENT

TUESDAY

Darts Evening.

 

WEDNESDAY

Games Night - with board games etc.

 

FRIDAY

Disco / Karaoke.

 

SATURDAY

Live Sports shown on the big screen.

 

SUNDAY

Quiz followed by Take Your Pick - 8.30pm start.

 

SPORTING FIXTURES

We show all major sporting fixtures on the new big screens.

 

OTHER ENTERTAINMENT

Sky Sports, 2 TVs, 2 Plasma Screens, Big Screen, Darts Board, Juke Box.

 

FOOD

Good Pub Food served from a main menu & Specials board. Sunday lunch (alongside main menu). Range of Wines, Hot Chocolate, Tea & range of speciality Coffees.

 

MEAL TIMES

Monday - Saturday 12noon - 9pm. Sunday 12.30pm - 8.30pm.

 

FOOD OFFER

Please see in house for our current drinks offers.

 

PRE-ORDERING

Short on time? Why not pre-order your food so it will be ready when you arrive.

 

PRIVATE PARTIES

We can cordon off an area of the bar to cater for private parties during the week at quiet times.

 

FACILITIES

Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet, Baby Changing Facility (in disabled toilet).

 

OTHER

Children Welcome (when dining in designated area until 8pm). Debit & Credit Cards accepted.

 

Cross Keys pub Milngavie, GlasgowLocated in Mingavie town centre, close to the railway station and taxi rank, the Cross Keys is an easily accessible venue within a shopping precinct.  This John Barras style pub is at the start (or end) of the West Highland Way so attracts many walkers for a celebratory drink or to pluck up courage for the hike!  This is very much a traditional community pub with a lively but comfortable atmosphere which never really quietens down.  The clientele range from local regulars to tourists looking to experience a 'real' old fashioned Scottish pub!  Food is very popular here with a choice main menu and specials board to find your favourite dish.  Meals can be pre-ordered by phone or fax for busy people with limited time available for lunch.  We show all major matches on the big screen and four other TVs around the bar.  On a Saturday night this helps create a really good atmosphere.  Other entertainment includes quiz evenings, karaoke and disco nights.  Next time you are in the area, drop in for a meal or a quality pint and receive your warm welcome from Deborah and her helpful staff.

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